• Camarasus skull in the cliff face, rafters on the Green River, McKee Springs petroglyphs


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  • Portion of Echo Park Closed Due to Mountain Lion Activity

    The closed area includes the group campsite (other campsites remain open), river access area, the adjacent restroom, water spigot and the path following the Green River upstream to its confluence with the Yampa River. A fresh animal kill is in the area.

Our Staff & Offices

The American people have entrusted the National Park Service with the care of their national parks. With the help of volunteers and park partners, we are proud to safeguard places like Dinosaur National Monument and to share its stories with more than 300,000 visitors every year. Should you have and comments or concerns on the managment of Dinosaur National Monument, please feel free to contact us.


Monument Headquarters
Monument Headquarters is located off US Highway 40, two miles east of Dinosaur Colorado.

Mailing Address
Dinosaur National Monument
4545 E. HWY 40
Dinosaur, CO 81610

(970) 374-3000

(970) 374-3003


Monument Staff
Superintendent: (970) 374-3001
Chief of Administration: (970) 374-3010
Chief of Interpretation and Visitor Services: (435) 781-7702
Chief of Facility Management: (970) 374-3031
Chief Ranger: (970) 374-3004
Chief of Resource Management and Research: (435) 781-7721
Human Resources Office: (970) 374-3005

River Office: (970) 374-2468
General Information: (435) 781-7700
Public Information Officer: (435) 781-7702

Did You Know?

Picture of mormon cricket perched on a blade of grass.

Mormon crickets are wingless grasshoppers that swarm across roads through the summer in the western United States. These flightless insects can form such large swarms that the road appears to move and change colors where they cross.